NDLEA Defies Court Order to Vacate Buruji Kashamu’s Residence as He Continues to Remain Under House Arrest!

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency’s (NDLEA) has refused to obey a court ruling that ordered the agency’s officials to vacate the residential home of the embattled senator-elect, Buruji Kashamu who continues to remain under house arrest prior to his appearance in court for extradition proceedings. Click here if you missed it!

Fuse ODG – ONLY (prod. by Killbeatz)


Afrobeats front-runner in the UK, Fuse ODG, recently returned from Ghana and dropped a brand new banger titled “ONLY“. As usual, it’s produced by Killbeatz.

President Jonathan Says Ongoing Fuel Scarcity is an Act of Sabotage on His Government!

According to media reports, President Goodluck Jonathan said during the Federal Executive Council valedictory session that took place earlier today, that the ongoing fuel scarcity situation being faced by Nigerians is clearly an act of Sabotage on the administration of his government.

Libel: Court adjourns Tinubu’s suit against AIT till June 30


Justice Iyabo Akinkugbe of an Ikeja High Court yesterday adjourned hearing in the libel suit instituted by former Governor Bola Tinubu of Lagos State against DAAR Communication Plc to June 30 to enable the counsel to the plaintiff respond to the counter-claim filed by the defendant. The post Libel: Court

103 year old identical twins die within weeks of each other

After living most of their lives together, Gleyns Thomas and Florence Davies, reportedly the world's oldest twin sisters, passed away within weeks of each other.Thomas died on April 23, according to The Telegraph, and her heartbroken sister passed away less than a month later on May 20.The twins were born

Children’s Day tragedy: Lightening kills 3 siblings, one other


This year’s Children Day celebration was marred by tragedy at Gure town in Baruten Local Government Area of Kwara State, as four female children were killed by lightening. The post Children’s Day tragedy: Lightening kills 3 siblings, one other appeared first on Vanguard News.

Cameroonians donate 3m euros to help army fight Boko Haram


A fundraising campaign to help Cameroon's army battle Nigeria's feared Boko Haram fighters has brought in more than three million euros and hundreds of tonnes of food, local media said Wednesday. The post Cameroonians donate 3m euros to help army fight Boko Haram appeared first on Vanguard News.

14 banks on edge over new cash reserve policy


About 14 banks may have landed at the receiving end of the Cash Reserve Requirement, CRR, harmonisation policy announced last week by the Monetary Policy Committee, MPC, of Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN. The post 14 banks on edge over new cash reserve policy appeared first on Vanguard News.

Fashola to Parents: Shower children with love, care

Governor Babatunde Fashola with pupils of Corona Primary School Governor Babatunde Fashola of Lagos State on Wednesday urged parents to always fulfill their obligations to their children and shower them with care.

Three pastors, herbalist arrested for kidnapping in Ogun


Men of Ogun State Special Anti Robbery Squad, led by Officer-in-Charge, Tijani Muhammed, have arrested three pastors and a herbalist for allegedly kidnapping a United State-based Nigerian in the state. The post Three pastors, herbalist arrested for kidnapping in Ogun appeared first on Vanguard News.

Nigeria reels in darkness from bizarre NPDC workers strike


A bizarre strike action by staff of the government-owned Nigerian Petroleum Development Company (NPDC) and possibly aided by the management of the company is responsible for the near total darkness inflicted on the nation since the last four weeks, a BusinessDay investigation has revealed. It began as a mere tussle for

PDP chiefs covered Jonathan’s eyes to his defeat – Sen Ogunwale


Senator Felix Ogunwale represented Osun Central between 2003 and 2007 on the ticket of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP. Now a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Ogunwale bares his mind in this interview on what led to the failure of the PDP in the last general elections and

167 trucks of petrol supplied to Abuja – DPR

The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) said on Wednesday that 167 trucks of petrol were supplied to Abuja on Tuesday following the suspension of strike by oil sector workers on Monday.